This course helps students understand and develop skills in oral communication, which is fundamental to all other learning and to all levels of human interaction. Students will learn the concepts involved in sending and receiving oral messages, evaluating, and using nonverbal communication, and listening for a variety of purposes. Students develop communication compliancy in interpersonal, groups, and public interaction to establish and maintain productive relationships and function effectively in social, academic, and citizenship roles.

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